Tag Archives: Ted Cruz

Calgary Ted: Stop Obama’s Amnesty

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FRC’s Star-Spangled Sunday

Yesterday the Family Research Council and a cavalcade of anti-gay crackpots held an event that was pitched as a marking of the 200th anniversary of the national anthem. But, of course, the event was really more of a Christian get-out-the-vote rally laden with ominous claims about the end of religious liberty and the “movement to expel God from the public ...

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GOP Rep. Charlie Dent Slams Ted Cruz

“I support Israel, but what Senator Cruz did was outrageous and incendiary. He showed a true lack of sensitivity for the people he was speaking to, especially the religious leaders who were there. It was a political speech, inappropriate and, overall, an uncomfortable moment. He was speaking to people outside of the building. It was a willful and deliberate confrontation, ...

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Cruz Booed Off Stage At Christian Event

Last night Sen. Ted Cruz was booed off the stage at an event for Arab Christians, a group that Cruz and Tony Perkins daily accuse the president of abandoning. On Wednesday night, the Texas GOP senator gave a keynote address at a gala sponsored by a group named In Defense of Christians. The organization’s objective is to focus public attention ...

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Ted Cruz: Democrats Want To Outlaw SNL

Via Deadline: A new proposal for campaign finance reform would make Saturday Night Live’s political skits illegal, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has warned. The Senate is debating a bill that would add a constitutional amendment allowing Congress reverse a 2010 Supreme Court decision and restore limits on corporate campaign spending. Republicans say the bill, proposed by Dems, is an attack ...

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SPLC: Fewer Policitians Will Attend This Year’s FRC Values Voter Summit

From the Southern Poverty Law Center: Where have all the elected officials gone? The Family Research Council’s (FRC) annual Values Voter Summit (VVS), set for the end of September, is fast approaching. But unlike prior years, very few high profile politicians have confirmed their participation. And the current line up seems more extreme than ever. Could this annual rite of ...

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Star Spangled Sunday

Aided by Sen. Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, and the Benham brothers, the Family Research Council is glomming onto the bicentennial of the writing of the Star-Spangled Banner as one of those times that Jesus saved America. Did you know that America has seen darker days in the past than those we are facing right now? 200 years ago we were ...

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FRC Announces 2014 Values Voters Summit Lineup: A Cavalcade Of Crackpots

Tony Perkins fancies himself to be a GOP presidential candidate kingmaker, so it will be interesting to see if any not entirely crazy Republicans will join the above careening clown car crowded with the cavalcade of crackpots who failed in 2012, some of whom (Paul, Perry, Santorum) are expected to make a 2016 run. Ted Cruz won last year’s Values ...

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Sen. Rob Portman: If I Run For President, My Gay Marriage Support Will Be A Plus

GOP Sen. Rob Portman is considering a 2016 presidential bid and says that his support for same-sex marriage would only help his campaign. The Washington Post yesterday declared that Portman’s candidacy could set up a “nightmare scenario” for the Republican Party. This raises the possibility of a scenario that Republicans who agree with Portman — and believe the party must ...

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Ted Cruz Is No Longer A Canadian

Almost a year after he said he would do it, Sen. Ted Cruz has finally renounced his Canadian citizenship. Spokeswoman Catherine Frazier said Cruz’s action became official May 14 and that Texas’ junior senator received written confirmation at his home in Houston on Tuesday. She said the tea-party-backed Republican “is pleased to have the process finalized.” “Being a U.S. Senator ...

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Sen. Ted Cruz: Democrats Are Going To Vote On Repealing First Amendment

Miranda Blue writes at Right Wing Watch: When Sen. Ted Cruz told the conservative pastors gathered at the Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall conference yesterday that “the Senate Democrats are going to be voting on a constitutional amendment to repeal the First Amendment,” he was met with an audible gasp. He earned more gasps when he warned that ...

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Quote Of The Day – Cliven Bundy

“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro. In front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there is always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch — they didn’t have nothing to do. They didn’t have nothing for their ...

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Today’s Money Beg From Tony Perkins

From KKK-affiliated hate group leader Tony Perkins: Dear Joe, The very future of America is at stake. What kind of country will we give to your children and grandchildren? Will we adhere to what Thomas Jefferson so eloquently called “the laws of nature and of nature’s God” in the Declaration of Independence? Or will we twist and distort that which ...

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Pastor Rafael Cruz Endorses “Ex-Gay” Torture Because Being Gay Is A Choice

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Tweet Of The Day – Sen. Ted Cruz

The posters began appearing around Los Angeles several days ago. Mediaite reports that they are are the work of local artist Leonard Sabo.

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CPAC Teabagger Photoshop Selfie

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Ted Cruz At CPAC: Some People Wish Justin Bieber And I Would Self-Deport

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Canadian Immigrant Opens CPAC

Sen. Ted Cruz opened CPAC 2014 today by urging support for the GOP’s 50th attempt to repeal Obamacare. Via Politico: “There are a lot of D.C. consultants who say there’s a choice for Republicans to make: We can either choose to keep our head down, to not rock the boat, to not stand for anything, or we can stand for ...

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Green Eggs & Ham, Vol. 48

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Canadian Man Has The Texas Sadz

“This ruling by a federal judge, invalidating Texas’ ban on same-sex marriage, is a troubling display of judicial activism. Our Constitution leaves it to the States to define marriage, and unelected judges should not be substituting their own policy views for the reasoned judgments of the citizens of Texas, who adopted our marriage law directly by referendum. The court’s decision ...

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